The issue of tribal politics continues to be the downfall of our beloved country. We continue voting by race with no results or solutions in sight. The last time I checked the pothole does not identify by race. We all are experiencing the same issues. Has voting by race resulted in a better country?

When you go to San Fernando General Hospital, do they ask you to show your party card to determine what type of service you get? No, they do not! We all are subjected to the same delinquent dysfunctional service!

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